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    Thanks for sharing this post! I was there about 10 years ago and it was an unbelievable experience! I hope you found what you were looking for 🙂 #FlyAwayFriday

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    D of Love C and D

    I wanted to read this post as we visited with my parents just this past December. I can’t believe the tickets have almost doubled in price! Beautiful pictures bring back all the memories from our visit. I agree that Bayon was the best visually, although I wish I got to see more of the quiet smaller ones off the beaten track. Good tips on what to wear; Sun rise was too early for us and unfortunately the day we went there wasn’t really a sunset due to clouds. I think we were also lucky as it was slightly out of high season so it wasn’t quite as busy. Thanks for sharing and happy #FlyAwayFriday

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    tracy collins

    Really useful as I am planning a visit at the moment though we are thinking of 5 days just so we can take it all slowly and recharge our batteries and it seems cheap for accommodation. Really looking forward to it – thanks for the tip about clothes as i usually wear white linen trousers everywhere! #flyawayfriday

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    Your photos from Angkor Wat are absolutely beautiful! Good advice when it comes to the dress code as well, I know from when I visited that it can be difficult to find something respectful that doesn’t make you seriously overheat!

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    This post was so helpful! I’m off on an SE Asia adventure next month and seeing Angkor Wat is right up there on the top of my list! I didn’t know too much about the practical stuff, so I’m saving this post! Shame the price keeps increasing but I have no doubt it will be worth it.

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    Oh my gosh I feel like everyone has been in Siem Reap recently and I’m totally jealous! I bet it’s amazing to see everything! Thanks for joining Fly Away Friday, hope to see you again this weekend! xo


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